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Investigating pre-Columbian contact, lost races, ancient astronomy, navigation, and migration, cultural oddities, associated diffusion evidence and the truly unexplainable.

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Oopa Loopa Cafe is moving to a different network after tonight! Tune in tonight to get a rundown on the new show format, memories of some of the best BTR shows, and a review of this week's History Channel special "Who Discovered... more

Last weeks show was cut short by a systemic network failure. This week, we catch up the parts cut short last week and announce the plans for the change to TV format. A short discussion of the upcoming History Channel special, "Who... more

A examination of the trend towards leaving out the politically inconvenient parts of history in order to promote agendas. From the inception of writing, historical accuracy has suffered. Texas school boards are trying to correct some of that.... more

Latest archeological news, personal and show updates, recruiting.

Greg Gavin is a remote viewer and he has agreed to take a peek inside Burrows Cave, Monks Mound, and maybe a couple other sites for us. While this isn't exactly the usual scientific fare for the Oopa Loopa Cafe, I think it will be a lot of... more

One on line reviewer says "Mary Sutherland is out there". I say Mary Sutherland is out there working hard to find facts. I've become acquainted with Mary and her work recently and I find her to be gracious, engaging, and intensely curious. I... more

A discussion regarding how warfare, technology, and industrialization have changed the face of history. Also: archeology news, events announcements, and callers.

Latest archeology news, callers, and a very important announcement.

The Clovis First / Beringia paradigm is breaking down. Even the scientific community is starting to advocate an Arctic migration route for humans into the Americas. The nagging sensation is that even that is short sighted.
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